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're about 350 across the country. students of this junior high school in seoul also experienced bullying. this is one of the students here. at home, she recalls what it was like to be bullied. when she started junior high school a group of students bullied her and gave her the cold shoulder. to stop the ordeal she joined the group and began victimizing others. >> i didn't know when i bullied someone. it can be a habit. so students can't deal with this on their own. >> reporter: to deal with the escalating issue of bullying, this junior high school in seoul has been holding mock trials to get students thinking about the problem. this school has been holding mock trials since last march. the judges, the prosecutors, defense council and jury are all student students. students create scrapes based on incidents that have actually happened and use them in the mock trials. this time a bully using a box cutter had threatened his classmate. >> i only did it because he didn't object. i would have stopped if he had said no. he must have been too scared to even say no. >> these mock trials give all
. >>> all three main candidates took part in a meeting of small business owners in seoul. it was the first time the main contenders have appeared at the same event. policies to support small businesses have become a focal point of the campaign. all three candidates promise the same thing,o tighten control over large firms. they all promise support for small businesses. some observers noted they could not find any significant differences between the candidates policies. with 50 days to go before the election the candidates are expected to outline their policies further. >>> tokyo's newly refurbishe rail stion was unveil at the beginning of the month. the station's rebirth has a deeper significance. >> reporter: the red brick building of tokyo station. it's been restored to the way it looked when it was first built a century ago. it's now covered with tiles. they are made of natural material. when the station was originally built in 1914, the celebrate covering the roofs all came from the town in miyagi prefecture. the railway company decided to use slate from there again. the massive earthq
the ongoing row over disputed islands in the sea of japan to spoil cross cultural ties. at a festival in seoul, people from the two countries enjoyed meeting up and learning about each other's cultures. the annual festival began in 2005 to mark the 40th anniversary of diplomatic ties between japan and south korea. traditional performing arts from both countries represented on stage. some japanese participants come from the regions hit by last year's earthquake and tsunami. students from a high school played drums. a troupe of hula dancers from a hot spring resort in fukushima also took to the stage. visitors were also attracted to booths where they could try on kimono or learn about sight seeing spots in japan. >> translator: our relationship is not at its best now, so it is all the more important to understand that there are good points as well. we should have more cultural exchanges. >> event organizers say 950 south koreans applied to work as volunteers at the festival. that's the largest number ever. >>> a police officer in philadelphia rushes to the scene of a crime. he doesn't start his
that weather. seoul at 24, and beijing on your holiday, 24 degrees. and i know some of you are wondering what the outlook is going to be like for the formula one japanese grand prix in suzuka in the tokai region. well, saturday looks like a perfect day only after the qualifications on this day, a few showers will be seen. and sunday yet again 3 to 4 degrees above-average temperatures. here, not so perfect, but it was a perfect day across much of the canadian prairies and the rockies. show you some pictures. children were actually having fun to create some snowmen. actually 20 to 30 semeet sen meters of snow fell here if you are going to be driving across these regions. this is the hard freeze caused by the arctic blast coming from the north. that will be descending toward the texas region even on your saturday. that was your friday outlook, but northern rockies and across much of these regions you may see additional 10 centimeters on top of what we just showed you. and then the this cold front will be passing through these regions and sagging down towards the gulf states, and this is where so
will be some sunny events, so do enjoy that weather. seoul at 24, and beijing on your holiday, 24 degrees. and i know some of you are wondering what the outlook is going to be like for the formula one japanese grand prix in suzuka in the tokai region. well, saturday looks like a perfect day only after the qualifications on this day, a few showers will be seen. and sunday yet again 3 to 4 degrees above-average temperatures. here, not so perfect, but it was a perfect day across much of the canadian prairies and the rockies. show you some pictures. children were actually having fun to create some snowmen. actually 20 to 30 centimeters of snow fell here, so really not a perfect day out if you are going to be driving across these regions. this is the hard freeze caused by the arctic blast coming from the north. that will be descending toward the texas region even on your saturday. that was your friday outlook, but northern rockies and across much of these regions you may see additional of 10 centimeters on top of what we just showed you. and then this cold front will be passing through these r
confrontations. representatives of the three nations met monday in seoul to mark the first anniversary of an organization to promote peace and prosperity in the area. the top issues on the delegates' agenda were the territorial disputes pitting japan against its neighbors. besides the senkakus, the takeshima are claim ee eed contd by south korea and claimed by japan. >> translator: i believe that cooperation based on friendship and mutual understanding will play an important role in resolving bilateral disputes among our three nations. >> a south korean expert explained the leaders of china and south korea are unable to show initiative because of the leadership transitions expected later this year. a japanese participant said politicians should refrain from inciting nationalism. he also proposed to set up a joint panel of experts to advise top officials in all three countries. >>> japanese self-defense force officials say they're hoping they can use dialogue to work out any problems with their neighbors. the sdf is hosting a security meeting of naval officers from countries in the asia
the regret over the incident to the chinese embassy in seoul. last december a south korean officer was stabbed to death by a chinese fisherman during ra. > member of japan's self-defense forces are tracking chinese naval ships. they say they approached japanese territorial waters west of okinawa. the disputed senkaku islands are located in the area and territory japan controls but china claims. pilots with the maritime self-defense force air patrol spotted it tuesday. they found the ships 49 kilometers off the island near taiwan. japanese defenseinistry officials say they moved north outside the territorial waters. they say they were headed to another zone off the senkaku islands and then the flow till la headed west away from the islands. the defense ministry officials point out it is the same one that passed through the okinawa islands earlier this month. officials believe it was returning to china. >>> international law allows ships to pass through another nation's contig us on zone. the officials say it is the first time this year the japanese navy has been spotted near jan's n
about 40 countries are meeting in seoul to discuss a new framework on climate change. they're trying to narrow the differences between developed and developing nations. the minsters are preparing for the u.n. conference on climate change next month in doha, qatar. >> we will start laying the groundwork to draw successful outcome. please show your commitment and leadership at the minster meeting. >> the kyoto protocol expires this is year. delegates at the meeting hope to agree on a time table to launch by 2020. >> translator: global warming cannot be prevented unless all countries take part in the effort. japan wants to lead efforts to create such a framework. >> delegates from industrialized countries want all major emitters, including china and india, to be bound by reduction cuts. those from developing nations say they need more financial and technical support. >>> people in japan's northeast are focused on overcoming the challenges of 2011 disaster. but it won't be easy. they have to rebuild homes, businesses, entire communities. we'll show you their struggles and their successes
businesses. this center helps ambitious and talented young people realize their ideas and dreams. the seoul government in 2009 and offers business lessons, professional advice and men toerg. mentoring. financial support is also available. so far the center has taught about 4,000 people. and over 1,600 businesses have been started. >> translator: we will provide even more support by educating young ambitious people at places like this. and nurturing global competitiveness. >> reporter: one of the self-employed people the center helps. and it's backing has paid off. chen and three friend launched this shop last week. the center provides $600 of funding a month. chen majored in journalism and graduated from university last february. his job search got him nowhere. later, he decided to start a business of his own. but first, he researched by spending six muchths wo mun -- months working for franchise restaurants. i figured if i fail, i can try something else. after all, i am young. time is on my side. that's why i decided to start a business. >> chen and his partners are trying to attract custo
in a meeting of b owners in seoul. it was the first time the main contenders have appeared at the same event. the ruling party, moon chen of the united party and independent candidate are contesting the election. to support small businesses have become a focal point of the campaign. about 3,000 people listened to the candidates' plans to revitalize the domestic economy. all three candidates promised the same thing. to tighten control over large firms. they all promise support for small businesses. some observers noted they would not find significant differences between the policies. with 50 days to go. >>> japan's space agency says it's planning to launch the next generation rocket some time next year. the exploration agency is developing and testing the small rocket. it's designed to carry a miniature satellite into space. they're aiming to launch in august or september of next year. >> translator: we are trying to make a simple launch system. epsilon will be the first step towards a better future. >> the agency has spent two years and more than 20 billion yen or about 200 remodeling the la
more from seoul's studio. >> is central bank sharply downgraded the country's growth forecast for the year from 3% predicted in july. the bank also cut its key policy rate by a quarter percentage point. the decision followed the bank's last reduction in july which marked the first policy easing by the bok since early 2009. >> growth has slowed down due to struggling exports and domestic demand. we expect the gap to continue for some time. that is due to the prolonged fiscal crisis and the jumping global economy. >> looking at the currency market, rose 2% against the dollar in the month of september alone. the main reason was additional monetary easing by central banks in europe, the u.s. and japan. south korean firms are pes mes tick. they're trying to curb investment influence and equipment. data show that capital investment fell 14.3%. it is unlikely to regain strength any time soon. >> our forecast is easy. 3.3 percent. it is a low down around two years to be on the right track. rb r. >> now let's take a look at other news in the country. south korea's automobile output sho
the south missiles would now be able to reach all of north korea. well, joining me from seoul is john, an associate fellow with the asia program watt the chatham house of think tank. thank you for being with us. first of all, let's talk about this claim from north korea. is it at all credible? >> well, it's credible in the sense that north koreans have in developing their ballistic missiles developed their technology but still very much a technology that hasn't demonstrated what they and north korea have been claiming. when they claimed to launch satellite to extend their ballistic missile to say they could hit the u.s. some would say is not a reality yet. >> when someone is exacting a claim like, this you know what i mean washington and seoul would have factoried that in. simply the problems of the technical capacity -- >> absolutely. i think this is probably much more, if we want to explain it, a case of political rhetoric. the north feel compelled in the face of the extension of the missile capabilities and the result of the disagreement with the americans demonstrate they can resp
. prosecutors in seoul say the man snuck into china as a spy for north korea's state ministry. they say he was ordered around july 2010 to assault kim jong-un who lived in china. the prosecutors say he admitted to plotting the attack. they indicted him on charges of violating the national security law. the south's news agency says the man paid a taxi driver in china to stage a hit-and-run accident on kim jong-nam. kim jong-nam wonce criticized te north korean leadership for the transfer of power from kim jong-il to his third son, kim jong-un. >>> defense officials in north korea have accepted a new agreement between south korea and the u.s. that they overextend the range of ballistic missiles held by seoul to cover the whole of north korea. the north's national defense commission has claimed its strategic rocket forces can strike bases in south korea as well as plalss in japan, guam, and the u.s. mainland. the statement also said north korea is prepared to counter any missiles on nuclear weapons with equal force. u.s. and south korean officials say the range of seoul's ballistic missiles w
in tokyo, seoul and beijing. let's go now to the americas. more severe storms hitting the southeast today. it's the same storm system that has just moved a bit further toward the east. the severe weather impacting georgia as well as alabama. you have tornado warnings posted at the moment. it's going to be heading up toward the northeast. the severe storms are going to be impacting the ohio valley while the tennessee valley and the mid-atlantic you'll be seeing the brunt of the rainfall. things will be clearing out in new england. out to the west another system is going to be intensifying that moves through eastern canada and will be bringing 15 centimeters of snow. let's go to europe where a couple of low pressure systems are dominating north western locations here. yesterday some pretty nasty storms through france. today it's justgoing to be pretty unsettled. wet and windy for the british isl isles. as the bands continue to come through the middle of the week it will be fairly unsettled. things are looking better across italy after reports of really severe storms but the storms are going
pretty seasonal. 23 degrees in beijing and seoul seeing 23. we'll go to the americas. showers in florida. nothing too severe here. we're seeing an early season winter storm. it's already brought significant snowfall to places like manitoba. it's going to weaken off as it heads east but still bringing widespread snow showers onto ontario. take a look at the temperatures. 8 degrees in denver. 12 in chicago. cooling down by about 10 degrees as we head into friday. new york city, 28. a warm day on friday. the cooler air is on i wants way. let's head now into europe. we're still seeing wet conditions. the czech republic you'll see strong gusts and heavy rain. you'll get another surge of warmth toward the southeast. 29 degrees in athens. 16 in london. 21 in paris. i'll leave you now to your extended forecast. >> that concludes this edition of "newsline."
. we'll keep you posted. temperatures are looking like this. 22 degrees in seoul. it should be cooling down into the upper teens as the rain comes in on wednesday. tokyo nice and comfortable. 23 degrees and out west just on target only 8 degrees expected. movie ining into the americas. you can see this storm. we've got a very potent storm tracking over the great lakes bringing heavy snow showers in central canada. the heaviest snow is going to be found in the western parts of ontario. heavy rain will spread into the central parts of the mississippi river valley into tomorrow and back behind a cold front. criminal fire weather is imposed in parts of wyoming, eastern nebraska as well as iowa into tonight. heavy rain shards will gradually weaken as we head into tonight. very cool air coming from the north. frost advisory and freeze warnings are posted in the appalacians. temperatures aring looing quite chilly for this time of year. only 15 degrees expected in washington and chicago at 19 degrees. only 5 degrees in winnipeg. let's go over to europe. a strong low bring in snow showers and h
ambitious, intelligent young people realize their ideas and dreams. the seoul government opened it in 2009. it offers business lessons, professional advice, and mentoring. financial support is also available. so far, the center has this employed about 4,000 people, and over 600 new businesses have been started. >> translator: we'll provide even more support by educating young, ambitious people at places like this and nurturing global competitiveness. >> reporter: this is one of the self-employed people the center helps. and its backing has paid off. chen's three friends launched this shop last week. the center provides $600 of funding a month. chen majored in journalism and graduated from university last february. his job search got him nowhere. later, he decided to start a business of his own. but first, he researched by spending six months working for various franchise restaurants. >> translator: i thought that even if i fail i could try something else. after all, i'm young so, time is on my side. that's why i decided to start a business. >> reporter: choi and his partners are trying to
to the defense ministry here in seoul. paula hancocks, cnn, seoul. >>> these two american held a debate of their own and we'll show some of it to you. >>> president obama and governor romney were not the only two having fun. bill reilly and "the daily sh " show's" host jon stewart had a showdown of their own in washington. >> i want to hire teachers. millions and millions of teachers. >> so then your plan is basically to hire teachers. >> that's right. as many as it takes. >> governor romney, your response. >> well, jim, when it comes to jobs, president obama prefers what i call a trickledown government solution. now, my plan is different. it involves 41 basic elements, six of reversals of position and three outright lice. in bummer on number one, get us energy independent, number two, open up more trade, especially with latin america. >> the anniversary gift, i can't believe i forgot the anniversary gift. this is bad. this is very bad. >> i want my taxes to go to people who need help. >> and i am sorry that you don't want to spend your hard earned tax money on that $130 million but le
it on saturday. the joint chiefs of staff here in seoul describe to reporters how he managed it. >> translator: north korean soldier has defected to our guard post in an inter-korean management zone at 12:00 p.m., october 6. our army has raised its military alert in the area but there has been no extraordinary moves by the north korean army so far. >> reporter: seoul says the soldier was on guard duty when he killed his platoon and his squad leaders. he was then able to cross the border without being stopped. south korean guards say they heard the gunfire before seeing the north korean soldier fleeing after it was confirmed that he did in fact want to defect, he was taken to an undisclosed location and interrogated. very few manage to cross this tightly controlled border, in fact, the last time a north korean soldier succeeded was two and a half years ago, according to the defense ministry here in seoul. >>> this is what happens when we take america's stars of tv and film and turn them over to cnn.com users. >> okay. this guy has a room full of kermit and action figures behind him. >> that's "
degrees compared to yesterday here. 25 degrees in seoul with clear conditions and down towards south 30 in hong kong and 31 in bangkok. moving into the americas then, yesterday we talked about tornado touched down in south carolina and very heavy rain pounded in much of the eastern half of the u.s. conditions are improving but the ohio valley and the eastern seaboard will continue to see a slight risk of severe weather into tonight. out west dry under the big high pressure system and we have red flag warnings posted in the northwestern corner of the u.s. that means conditions are ideal for wildfires and can then to the north we have the very problematic storm over canada behind this cold front. very cold air from the north so snow showers occurring in the canadian rockies and the northern rockies and we are anticipating about 30 centimeters of snow to fall in the next 24 hours. as the system moves toward the south, of course, temperatures will drop significantly in parts of the u.s. for example, in helena, montana, only seven degrees on wednesday and 15 cooler than tuesday and winnipeg
't get enough of him, south korean rapper psy decided to take that shirt off during a concert in seoul even though his hip gangnam style has yet to reach number one on the billboard chart. he said when it reached a billion he would take off his shirt. he couldn't wait. we showed you now. >> what's happening next when he hits number one? >> we're hoping just a shock. let's keep it g rated. >>> this comes to us from san diego where there is good news for one of the zoo's most adorable attractions. it is a brand new world for the giant panda cub who is tiny. now that his eyes and ears are finally open, the 9-week-old is taking in the sights and sounds for the very first time. the examination ending quicker than the last. he received a clean bill of health, but not acting like a newborn. the staff quickly returned him to miss mother once he let out a few cries. so adorable. >>> i'm lynn berry. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> off the gold coast of australia, one whale was given a new lease on life. the 22 foot humpback accidentally got t
, a platform that i understood. i use travel to seoul dilemmas and answer questions that i have in life. i have questions i needed answered and i traveled. i traveled with this bill lamm of that i had. it was an internal thing that plays out in 3 d, kilimanjaro and the amazon. it had to be personal if it was going to be anything, otherwise it is just random travel. tavis: that the question you were trying to answer was? gosh i had been gauged for a number of years and i found myself unable, at a certain way, to get married. i thought i suffered from that i love you, i have got to go syndrome. the paradox of really wanting to be here and part of the yearning to be on my own. reconciling, i think, the need for community, commitment, intimacy, and the need for solitude. it is a problem i have wrestled with and there was no precedent for it. tavis: this conversation will get me in trouble and i was reluctant to even have it with you because it brings up personal drama. >> he realized a lot of people have this issue. this whole notion that we should be together all the time or we are not is crazy. a
posted on the progress. temperatures are looking like this. 22 degrees in seoul. but should be cooling down into the upper teens as the rain comes in on wednesday. tokyo nice and comfortable, 23 degrees. and out west just on target in ulaanbaatar. in the americas we can see tropical storm olivia. it will become a tropical depression by tonight and continues to head toward the west. meanwhile a potent storm is tracking over the great lakes bringing in snow showers. the heaviest snow is going to be found in parts of ontario. rain will also go soo is the mississippi river valley into tomorrow. and back behind the cold front, fire weather risk in parts of wyoming, eastern nebraska, southern minnesota as well as iowa into tonight. and out towards the east, heavy rain showers along the eastern seaboard will gradually weaken into tonight. as it does, very cool air coming from the north. so frost advisories. freeze warnings are posted in the appalachians. temperatures are looking like this. only 15 degrees expected in washington and chicago at 19 degrees. but will be cooling down into 11 degre
. temperatures are looking like this. we're expecting 19 degrees in seoul on wednesday and that is about 3 degrees lower than yestday. tokyo slightly warming up to 24 degrees and out west 19 in chong ching and dropping out of the 30s in hong kong. moving into the americas, lots of snow in canada. this low pressure system is spreading rain and snow in ontario and northern quebec and rain showers in the great lakes where the system will travel towards the east and start to affect new england and the east end of canada on wednesday. back behind it there is another storm moving through alberta bringing snow and rain and the system will head towards the east and will start to affect minnesota, north dakota and manitoba. manitoba may be seeing as much as 15 centimeters of snow. down towards the south a snow lull is tracking through southern california bringing some rain showers and some sierra nevada may be seeing intensifying snow showers from late wednesday and out east dry and calm across the eastern half, eastern third of the u.s. conditions are ideal for over night cooling. that could creat
in seoul on wednesday. that's about three degrees lower than yesterday. tokyo slightly warming up to 24 degrees. and out west, 19 in chongqing and dropping out of the 30s in hong kong. all right. moving into the americas then. lots of snow in canada. this low pressure system moving across eastern canada is spreading rain and snow in ontario and northern quebec. and rain showers in the great lakes. the symptom will travel towards the east. and will start to effect new england and the east end of canada on wednesday. and back behind it there's another storm moving through alberta bringing snow and rain. the system will head towards the east and will start to effect minnesota, north dakota, and manitoba. manitoba may see 15 centimeters of snow. a small low, it is tracking through southern california bringing in some rain showers. sierra nevada may see intense snow showers from late wednesday. and dry across the eastern half. eastern third of the u.s. conditions are ideal for overnight cooling. that could create freezing conditions. that could increase frost conditions. also that could kill
and is a motorcycle that is blocking the second line to the left. this can all seoul have injuries. >> what can you tell us will? >> the firefighter received a cut hand from broken glass. he should recover but what is happening is that they took a break for a while and that forced to step back because the hot spots are a concern. they used so much water that it looks like a lagoon. you can see that this is covered with water and it started about 1:00 a.m. this morning. it took them more than 90 minutes about a hour and have to consider that the fire was under control. the firefighters believe that by then getting an early headstart there was still smoke coming from that attic and they did not think that it was to bed. once they realiz too bad. we talked about one fire fighter that was injured and it could have been six or more injured or even killed. >> we had one firefighter who was injured by glass and we did have a crew member on the roof when it was starting to collapse. they had to leave the roof to avoid falling in. this is an ailing shipbuilding and it is one of the middle businesses and we
. quite warm for this time of year. tokyo out 26 degrees. looking at 19 degrees in seoul. out towards the west, 8 degrees in ulan bator. should be cooling down into minus 2 degrees as we head into your friday. alright, finally let's go over to the americas, then. lots of wintry precipitation across canada. this low has been dumping heavy snow in southern quebec and parts of other the rest of quebec. back behind it another system is also producing snow. that's going to head toward southern ontario. we'll see as much as 20 centimeters of snowfall here. even northern parts of minnesota may be seeing a mixture of rain and snow. down toward the south, a big dome of high pressure is in place in the eastern half of the u.s. that means clear conditions and also frosty conditions mainly across the appalachians, the ohio valley, and tennessee valley tonight. out west, a slow-moving and upper cold low is creeping over southern california, bringing coastal rain and inland snow. temperatures looking like this. cooler than average in los angeles with a high of 20 degrees on your thursday. meanwhile
. quite warm for this time of year, tokyo at 26 degrees. looking at 19 degrees in seoul, but out towards the west, 8 degrees, should be cooling down into minus 2 degrees as we head into your friday. all right, finally let's go over to the americas. lots of wintery precipitation across canada, but this low has been dumping heavy snow in southern kwoou beck and other parts of kwoou beck. as much as 20 centimeters of snowfall here, north dakota and minnesota may be seeing a mixture of rain and snow. down towards the south, a big dome of high pressure is in place in the eastern half of the u.s. that means clear conditions and also frosty conditions across the appalachians, ohio valley, and tennessee valley tonight. out west, slow-moving upper cold low is creeping over southern california, bringing coastal rain and inland snow. temperatures are looking like this, cooler than average in los angeles with a high of 20 degrees on your thursday. meanwhile, another chilly day for you in winnipeg with a high of only 7. and out towards the east, below average along the eastern seaboard, 14 degrees in
there in ulaanbaatar. even off there towards the east about the low 20s there in seoul. now, switch gears and look down towards the south, because we have this low-pressure area continuing to spin, starting to work its way off towards the east and southeastern australia yesterday some severe thunderstorms across queensland and in new south wales, some heavy snow showers, about 10 centimeters seen in some area. this video two the west of sydney into the blue mountain where is you saw this exceptionally heavy snowfall. you see om of the kangaroos hopping around with their joeys which couldn't get too good of an equal footing on this wet snow. see here kind of having a hard time getting around some of these residential areas. but also on a more serious note in some of the blue mountains many people got stranded on some of these highways as that heavy snow came down, blocking up some of the roads and making driving absolutely hazardous. as we go into the forecast, it does look like clearing conditions are going to be happening here, but stim the temperatures will remain rather cool going throughout your sa
the importance of cooperation to overcome confrontation. they met monday in seoul to mark the first anniversary of an organization to promote peace and prosperity in the area. the top issues were the territorial dispute pitting japan against its neighbors. the islands are ctrolle by south ykorea and claimed by japan. >> translator: i believe that cooperation will play an important role in resolving disputes among our three nations. >> a south korean expert explained the leaders are unable to show initiative because of the leadership transitions expected later this year. a japanese participant sai ty should refrain. >>> japanese self-defense force officials say they are hoping they can use dialogue to work out any problems with their neighbors. a security meeting will be held from countries in the asia pacific region. it opened monday in tokyo. 20 officers are taking part from 19 nations including the united states, canad and australi three are from china and south kor korea. the college's vice principal says oceans are public property and should be accessible to any nation. >> i strongly believ
. for "nightline," in seoul. >> thank you very much for that. make sure to tune in to a special id edd is tomorrow latest after president obama and republican challenger mitt romney once again go head to head in the second presidential debate. thanks for watching abc news. check in for "good morning america" they're working while you're sleeping. "jimmy kimmel" is up next. see you here tomorrow.
in that temperature into your sunday about mid teens. same story here in seoul. tokyo, 21 for our saturday. here across the americas we have several injuries reported from the very severe storm system that's finally going to be moving offshore. still, remaining here in new england for the next 24 hours especially in new york city. we may see some travel delays due to downpours and gusty conditions. gusts and rain will taper off across much of the great lakes region. however, the pacific storm will move in toward vancouver, the british columbia region and the state of washington and those gusts could reach up to about 60 kilometers per hour and cascades and northern rockies may see precipitations with two inches of snow in higher elevations. looking at clear jet stream here. oklahoma city on the warmer side. 22 degrees. los angeles staying in the 20s as well. houston, a little bit warmer there at 29. staying above average here across the eastern seaboard. in europe, still in the northern regions, the scandinavian peninsula, and european peninsula looking at unsettled and cool weather. very sunny
teens. the same in seoul. across the americas we have several injuries reported from the very severe storm system that's finally going to be moving offshore but still remaining here in new england for the next 24 hours especially in new york city. some blinding downpours and gusty conditions. the gusts and the rain will be tapering off. the pacific storm will move in toward vancouver, as well as the state of washington. and those gusts could reach up to about 60 kilometers per hour and cascade's northern rockies you may see the precipitation turn to snow in the higher elevations. we're going to look at the clear jet stream here, oklahoma city on the warmer side. 22 degrees. los angeles in the 20s. houston warmer there at 29. staying above average here across the eastern seaboards. in the northern reaches, the pen pens, the british isles will look at unsettled and cool weather. very sunny and warm across central portions, vienna 17, berlin 20, rome 27 degrees. however, the unstable conditions will be prevailing across the berrian peninsula. additional precipitation could trigger mudsl
into the night at a free concert in seoul. gangnam style >> the singer, psy played "gangnam style" and performs a horse riding dance during the number. it's become a worldwide phenomenon and gone viral on the internet. the song is number two on the u.s. billboard chart. if it reaches the top, the first number one song by an asian artist in about half a century. japan's artist hit number one in 1963, with his song, tsukiaki. >>> that's all for now on this edition of newsline. i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. thank you very much for joining us.
pipeline. >>> south korean rapper psy decided to take that shirt off during a concert in seoul even though his hip gangnam style has yet to reach number one on the billboard chart. you'rewell come. you're welcome for showing that to you. >> that's why i never threaten to take my shirt off. >> is that why? >> the payoff is probably not worth it. >> is that why? it would shut us down. >>> this comes to us from san diego where there's some good news for one of the zoo's most adorable attractions. it is a brand-new world for this little guy. the giant panda can you be. now that his east and ears are fully open the 9-week-old is taking in all the sights and sounds for the first time. the little guy's examination ended quicker than his last. he received a clean bill of health but not before acting like most newborns at the doctor's office. being a little fussy. the staff quickly returned him to his mother once he began to let out a few cries. you've been there, done that, bill, right? held them down. >> just did the 1-year-old shots. not fun. >> poor little guy. did he throw a fit, just like his
s tokyo. 19 degrees. meanwhile, warming up to 20 in seoul today. here's your extended forecast. >> and that wraps up this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks for joining us.
of temperatures, 21 degrees in tokyo, 9 in seoul. we're seeing the low 20s in taipei, hong kong, as well as in chongqing as well as the low 30s in bangkok and manilla. let's check on sand y. i want to give you some ideas of some statistics. parts of maryland, new jersey saw up to 300 millimeters of rain from this storm. the snow amounted to more than 70 isn't meters and wind gusts to 140 kilometers an hour in new york. thankfully we're not seeing anything like this on wednesday and it will continue to weaken off to the next few days. let's go out to europe where we have a couple of well developed lows. one in the west could see 16 to 18 millimeters of rain with this. so start impacting continental u.s. as well. noover the mediterranean through italy and coming into the balkans on thursday, we're having thunderstorms, you can have short-term heavy rain, that could lead to flash flooding which is very dangerous and also gusts could exceed 100 kilometers an hour. so plenty going on here, temperature-wise it's going to be chilly to north and east. down to the south we're getting into the mid
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